Suggesting a new therapeutic protocol for permanent teeth with incomplete root apex and lateral luxation: A case report

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Edition V04N02 | Year 2014 | Editorial Original Article | Pages 56 to 61

Jefferson J. C. Marion, Lucimara Spolladore Felippe, Camila Bacco Vilela, Juliana Yuri Nagata, Thiago Farias R, Lima, Adriana De Jesus Soares

The present study reports the case of a permanent tooth with incomplete root formation and lateral luxation end- odontically treated with a therapeutic protocol associat- ing calcium hydroxide, 2% chlorhexidine gel and zinc ox- ide (2:1:2 ratio) used as intracanal dressing with no need of replacement. In conventional apexification treatment, intracanal dressing normally includes calcium hydroxide paste associated with aqueous, viscous or oily vehicle
periodically changed. The intracanal dressing used in this article, however, did not need to be replaced. The authors concluded that the protocol proved effective in treating a permanent tooth with open apex, as the tooth remained in the oral cavity fulfilling its esthetic and masticatory func- tions. Treatment cost and time were decreased.

Lateral luxation, Endodontics, Chlorhexidine, Calcium hydroxide,

Marion JJC, Felippe LS, Vilela CB, Nagata JY, Lima TFR, Soares AJ. Suggesting a new therapeutic protocol for permanent teeth with incomplete root apex and lateral luxation: A case report. Dental Press Endod. 2014 May-Aug;4(2):56-61. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14436/2178-3713.4.2.056-061.oar

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